| Latin Name
| Conservation Status
||65 - 70 cm (26 - 28 inches)
||35 - 46 cm (14 - 18 inches)
||- Kgs (- lbs)
| Life Expectancy
Southern River Otters have a body length between 65 and 70 cms (26 - 28 inches) and a tail length between 35 and 46 cms (14 - 18 inches).
Southern River Otters can be found in both freshwater and marine habitats in Chile and Argentina.
Southern River Otters feed on fish, mollusks, crustaceans and birds.
After a gestation period of approximately 2 months, Southern River Otters give birth to 1 - 4 cubs.
Humans are the only known predators of the Southern River Otter.
There are no subspecies of the Southern River Otter.
Southern River Otters are endangered due to illegal hunting, habitat loss and water pollution.
North American River Otter